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Watch now: The Stage Awards 2016 winners’ interviews

Bizzy Day and Kate Wasserberg from The Other Room in Cardiff. Photo: Alex Brenner Bizzy Day and Kate Wasserberg from The Other Room in Cardiff. Photo: Alex Brenner
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The Stage Awards 2016 took place on January 29 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London. After collecting their awards, winners were offered the opportunity to be interviewed by The Stage news team on camera. You can watch them all on this page.

Regional Theatre of the Year

Royal Exchange, Manchester
Sarah Frankcom, artistic director

sponsored by Theatre 2016

London Theatre of the Year

Almeida Theatre, London
Rupert Goold, artistic director

sponsored by Haagen-Dazs

Fringe Theatre of the Year

The Other Room, Cardiff
Kate Wasserberg, artistic director / Bizzy Day, executive director

sponsored by Encore Insure

Producer of the Year

Sonia Friedman

sponsored by John Good

School of the Year

Arts Educational Schools London
Jane Harrison, principal

sponsored by Digital Theatre Plus

Theatre Building of the Year / International Award

National Theatre (for NT Future and War Horse China)
Lisa Burger, executive director

Theatre Building of the year sponsored by ABTT/Richard Pilbrow
International Award sponsored by Ambassador Theatre Group

Unsung Hero

Roger Miller
Felixstowe Spa Pavilion Theatre

sponsored by White Light

Video by Tim Bunn and Joe Patrick at Belafonte

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